Celtic are in the hat for the Europa League playoff round draw as they look to put their Champions League woes behind them.
That painful defeat to Ferencvaros will serve as motivation to Neil Lennon's side in a bid to reach the group stage.
The Hoops enjoyed some memorable nights on the continent last season, beating Lazio home and away to finish top of their group.
But they've two more ties to negotiate first.
Celtic will take on Riga away in the third qualifying round, after the Latvian side won their restarted clash with Tre Fiori in Friday morning.
And now it's on with the show as we gear up for the playoff draw.
UEFA like to keep us all guessing with their format for these occasions and this one is no different.
Celtic are not among the five seeds for the draw and are instead grouped in an "unseeded ties" section, given they've yet to compete in the third round.
On Friday morning, UEFA broke the draw down into three groups, with the Premiership champions in Group 2.
The two seeds in the group, Dynamo Brest and Crvena zvezda (Red Star Belgrade), will be drawn against two of the unseeded ties.
Afterwards, it becomes an open draw, meaning Celtic could avoid playing one of the seeds who have dropped in from the Champions League.
Other potential opponents include Bulgarian outfit Ludogorets or FK Sarajevo, who the Hoops defeated in Champions League qualifying in 2018.
Dynamo Brest (Seeded)
Crvena zvezda (Seeded)
Sarajevo / Budućnost Podgorica
Ararat-Armenia / Celje